We obtain the first example of an infinite series of finite simple groups that are uniquely determined by their prime graph in the class of all finite groups. We also show that there exist almost simple groups for which the number of finite groups with the same prime graph is equal to 2.
Keywordsprime graph finite group modular representations recognition
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